It centres on about the love a couple share for one and another which can result to be quite a powerful, complex and dangerous emotion. Thus, it is obvious that the haste which occurs in Romeo and Juliet, plays a role in the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Mercutio: Any man that can write may answer a letter. The Friar is a holy man and is the sole figure of religion in the play. He's the only one who really seems to get it: the feud is dumb, and Romeo is an idiot. This is extremely hasty as at this stage they have only known each other for a matter of hours and earlier on in the day Romeo had been lovesick for Rosaline, also a Capulet.
It was beyond the human anatomy, but even deeper than that. In the play, Romeo evidently shows off haste, courage and great passion for love. This meant that the two lovers had to take such great risks to be together, because they refused to stop seeing each other. To make this play relevant to today's society I will set it in modern. A little after Juliet wed Romeo, the Capsules all of a sudden made a wedding date for Juliet to marry Paris two days after they told her about it.
In Romeo and Juliet, one character who is partly responsible for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet is Tybalt. Oh, tell me not of fear! When it comes to Shakespeare, love is never meant to blossom in the plays Romeo and Juliet, and Othello. He is known to write approximately thirty-five plays. William Shakespeare paid careful attention to this concept in the writing of his famous play Romeo and Juliet. Perhaps Romeo and Juliet were and die for the greater good of Verona. If Romeo had waited a little longer or tried to go to Friar Lawrence to see about what had happened this catastrophe could have been avoided.
This puts pressure on Lord Capulet, Juliet's father, to find a match for his daughter that won't just marry her for their fortune. Events and actions which were hasty in Romeo and Juliet help cause the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. The Friar tells Romeo to go to Juliet. The famous William Shakespeare between 1594 and 1595 wrote Romeo and Juliet. That villain cousin would have killed my husband.
They only knew of their families great pride and hate for one another, with no clue of each others existence. In the plays of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare and Antigone by Sophocles, this mystery exist. The Nurse goes to meet Romeo to find out the arranged time of the marriage. Instead of considering the fact that Juliet is shocked to find her husband fiancé dead, he allows his fear to scare him away from the tomb and leaves a distraught Juliet to commit suicide. An allusion in Romeo and Juliet would be: In Act3, Scene 5 when Romeo says 'Let me be ta'en, let me be put todeath; I am content, so thou wilt have it so. Juliet: Nurse, will you go with me into my closet, To help me sort such needful ornaments 35 As you think fit to furnish me to-morrow? At the grave Romeo ends up killing Paris and a few minutes before Juliet is suppose to wake up takes the poison and dies. In the third scene Lady Capulet urges Juliet to marry Paris.
Romeo has forebodings, and Mecutio answers them with long description of the fairy tale queen, describing her wagon and attendants and the dreams she puts into effect. Death is brought upon the two main characters, Romeo and Juliet, because of both of their hastiness. First Musician: What will you give us? He wants everyone to follow what they think is right. Since then, there have been modern productions where the original text has been adapted for film. This continues the theme of haste through the first act as from a simple argument a brawl suddenly develops. Readers feel a sense of haste and urgency as they are rushed towards. It is still mostly Capulets and Montagues fault that Romeo and Juliet died, but maybe it was.
The last sentence is that of the Prince. Hearing noise outside, Juliet feels rushed, and stabs herself, thus killing herself just as effectively. Young men's love then lies Not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes. Knowing Juliet is already married, the Friar tries to raise objections. Romeo and Juliet both kill themselves right after they find out that the other one was dead. The first event that leads to this tragic ending is when Friar Lawrence decides to give Juliet a potion to make her sleep for a day despite not having mentioned any f their plans to Romeo.
His friends cannot understand his heartbreak. Meanwhile, young Juliet of the Capulet family is also planning to attend the same ball. Another poorly made decision was when after knowing each other for a single day Romeo and Juliet decide to get married. Jesu Maria, what a deal of brine Hath washed thy sallow cheeks for Rosaline! Romeo and Juliet perfectly depict that rash decisions lead to defective conclusions. Romeo Montague, in the play The.
Romeo's rash decision to fall in love with Juliet soon became fatal. The time in which he lived in was the Elizabethan era. Haste is one of the overlying themes in the play, primarily observed through the quickly chosen actions of the characters as responses to the situations that are laid before them. At the end of both the movie and the book she ends up taking her life because she sees Romeo is dead. After Tybalt accidental killed Mercutio, Romeo gets so mad and needs to seek revenge on him. They both came from feuding families, which held an ancient grudge against each other.